Not quite Spiderman, but a thief caught on surveillance is seen climbing shelves in an attempt to burglarize an Upper Township retail store.

New Jersey State Police are looking for help in identifying the man seen climbing and stealing from Dollar General on South Shore Road in Marmora.

Police say the suspect got away with several cartons of cigarette and two cell phones.

Police also say he may also be the suspect behind a recent break-in and theft from Magic Touché and Village Barber Shop on Tuckahoe Road in Marmora.

Here's how State Police describe the man:

The suspect is a white male, approximately 5’9” tall, 200 pounds, with a beard and a large distinctive tattoo on his right calf. He was last seen wearing a black bandanna, dark-colored shirt, light-colored cargo shorts, and black sneakers.

If you can help police solve the crime, you're urged to contact State Police at the Woodbine station at (609) 861-5698. Tips may be anonymous.

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